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Microsoft Technology Associate Windows Operating Systems 98-349

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Microsoft MTA: Windows Operating Systems This five-day MTA Training course helps you prepare for Microsoft Technology Associate Exam 98-349 and build an understanding of these topics: Operating System Configurations, Installing and Upgrading Client Systems, Managing Applications, Managing Files and Folders, Managing Devices, and Operating System Maintenance.
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Understanding operating system configurations
Configure Control Panel options
Configure administrative tools, configure accessibility options, configure power settings, configure File Explorer settings
Configure desktop settings
Configure profiles, display settings, and shortcuts; configure and customise Start Menu; configure Taskbar settings; configure toolbars; configure notifications
Configure native applications and tools
Configure Microsoft Edge, configure Cortana, configure Hyper-V, configure settings using MSCONFIG, configure processes and applications using Task Manager, configure computer management
Configure mobility settings
Configure Sync Centre, Windows Mobility Centre and Remote Desktop
Configure and use management tools
Configure MMC, configure the Windows PowerShell console and Windows PowerShell ISE 2. Installing and Upgrading Client Systems
Identify Windows operating system editions
Identify hardware and compatibility requirements, determine appropriate editions per device type
Identify upgrade paths
Identify upgrade paths from previous Windows versions, identify application compatibility
Understand installation types
Perform a clean install, upgrade via Windows Update, migrate from previous Windows versions, perform removable media installation, perform network installation
Understand operating system architecture
Understand kernel mode; understand user mode; understand memory, IRQs, drivers, CPUs, and UI; understand 32-bit versus 64-bit architecture 3. Managing Applications
Configure applications
Understand local versus network applications, configure desktop applications, configure app startup options, configure Windows features, configure Windows SmartScreen, configure application removal, configure Windows Store apps
Configure user account control (UAC)
Understand standard user versus administrative user, understand types of UAC prompts and levels
Configure antivirus settings
Configure Windows Defender and the Malicious Software Removal tool
Understand services
Understand service start-up types, service accounts and service dependencies 4. Managing Files and Folders
Understand file systems
Understand FAT32, NTFS and ReFS
Understand file and print sharing
Configure File System permissions, configure Share Permissions, configure HomeGroup settings, configure print drivers, configure effective permissions, create shares, create mapped drives
Understand encryption
Understand BitLocker and Encrypting File Systems (EFS)
Understand libraries
Understand offline files, configure libraries, add multiple local locations to a library, add networked locations 5. Managing Devices
Connect devices
Connect, enable, and disable plug-and-play and Bluetooth devices; connect and disconnect printers; install third-party software for devices; install device drivers
Understand storage
Understand disk types, security (encryption), storage device types (eSATA, USB, IEEE 1394, iSCSI, InfiniBand), and storage drive types (basic, primary, extended, logical, dynamic disk, VHDs); configure OneDrive use; optimise drives
Understand printing devices
Understand local printers, network printers, print queues, print-to-file and Internet printing
Understand system devices
Understand video, audio and infrared input devices; understand Device Manager 6. Understanding Operating System Maintenance
Understand backup and recovery methods
Configure System Restore; configure a recovery drive; configure recovery boot options, such as Last Known Good, and various Safe Mode options; recover files from OneDrive
Understand maintenance tools
Understand Disk Defragmenter, Disk Cleanup, Task Scheduler and System Information
Configure updates
Configure Windows Update options; implement Insider Preview, Current Branch, and Current Branch for Business scenarios; manage update history; roll back updates
Price R4800.00
Including Vat (Per Person, Includes Manual, Dataset USB Excluding Exam Voucher) Exam Voucher Price R850.00
Duration 5 Days (09:00 - 16:00)
Instructor-Led Classes  Reach your full potential through our Instructor-Led classes combined with interactive lessons, supporting video content, practical assignments and field experience. We deliver Instructor-Led classes full time, part-time weekends and on-site.

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